Seattle Children Hospital's Interim Chief Medical Officer and leader of the hospital's COVID Emergency Command Center, Dr Ruth McDonald, Medical Director of Infection Prevention, Dr Danielle Zerr and Physician Director of Safety Event Review, Dr. Kristina Toncray joined us to discuss COVID-19 from a pediatrics point of view.
This is the latest webinar in ISQua's COVID19 Series to spread Knowledge, build international Networks, and give you a Voice to share practice and experience.
Seattle Children’s Hospital experts in hospital operations, infectious diseases, and safety/quality shared their experiences from the front lines of the first epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.
- the structure and function of the Emergency Operations Center;
- communication of information to and from staff;
- equipment and supply availability and management;
- containment & mitigation strategies including testing and PPE; and
- the explicit consideration of quality and reliability principles in the above work.
The session concluded with a Q & A with the panel.
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Dr. Ruth McDonald: Vice President, Interim Chief Medical Officer for Operations, Incident Commander for the Emergency Operations Center, Seattle Children’s Hospital
Dr. Danielle Zerr: Division Chief, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, University of Washington Department of Pediatrics; Medical Director, Infection Prevention, Seattle Children’s Hospital
Dr. Kristina Toncray: Associate Vice Chair for Quality and Safety, University of Washington Department of Pediatrics; Physician Director of Safety Event Review, Seattle Children’s Hospital
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